Behind the Protests Mask in Kenya, Extrajudicial killings, Abductions and…

Behind the Protests Mask in Kenya, Extrajudicial killings, Abductions and…

ByMilka Kuria WahuJul 11, 20247 min read

On 25th June 2024, the world watched in admiration as thousands of Kenyan people led by the youths, especially Generation…

The East African Community: Past Experiences and Lessons for the…

The East African Community: Past Experiences and Lessons for the…

ByTibelius AmutuhaireJul 5, 20249 min read

Introduction The East Africa Community (EAC) is one of the oldest regional economic blocs in the world.[1] Uganda, Kenya, and…

The role of artificial intelligence in African elections

The role of artificial intelligence in African elections

ByTendai MbanjeJun 28, 20248 min read

General abstract The emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology in Africa has revolutionised the electoral processes. There are fears that…

AfCFTA Protocol on Women and Youth in Trade: A Review

AfCFTA Protocol on Women and Youth in Trade: A Review

ByDr Collins C. AjiboJun 21, 20246 min read

Introduction The Protocol on Women and Youth in trade (PWYT) is path-breaking given that it improves upon most of the…

Complementing the child labour legal framework through participatory approaches

Complementing the child labour legal framework through participatory approaches

ByGift Gawanani MaulukaJun 14, 20248 min read

In last week’s contribution, it has been established that Ghana’s legal framework accords children enough promise for protection from child…

  • Behind the Protests Mask in Kenya, Extrajudicial killings, Abductions and Court Sanctioned Militarization of the Freedom to Demonstrate
    On 25th June 2024, the world watched in admiration as thousands of Kenyan people led by the youths, especially Generation Z ‘Gen Z’, staged spectacular protests against the government’s Finance Bill 2024. Unlike previous protests in Kenya, which are traditionally elite-led, the ‘Gen Z’ demonstrations espoused no political, tribal or class leaning and were supported…
  • The East African Community: Past Experiences and Lessons for the Future
    Introduction The East Africa Community (EAC) is one of the oldest regional economic blocs in the world.[1] Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania, as members of EAC, had a customs union as early as 1927.[2] While this regional bloc collapsed in 1977, it was re-established in 2000 and grew from three to eight countries, including Uganda, Kenya,…
  • The role of artificial intelligence in African elections
    General abstract The emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology in Africa has revolutionised the electoral processes. There are fears that if not properly regulated, the use of AI may cause irreparable injuries to African elections. These fears have prompted discussions on how AI could be effectively regulated and its potential impact on African elections. Introduction…
  • Our development is inextricably linked to the past and next generation
    1. Introduction Natural resources, including minerals, belong to our common heritage, entrusted to present and future generations to support their respective needs.[1] In this respect, mineral resources have the potential to enhance the right to development,[2] a fundamental human right enshrined in the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (African Charter) and in the…
  • The Legal Analysis of Community Rights in Environment Decision-Making in the Federal Republic of Somalia
    Introduction People often feel hopeless and powerless to protect the environment, themselves, their families and their individual rights. However, through the creative use of the law, a number of notable successes for the environment and people have been recorded in many countries.[1] Environmental decision-making in Somalia stands at the intersection of legal, social, and environmental considerations, with…
  • Global Crises and the Reassessment of the World’s Ethical Foundation: Lessons from African Communitarianism  
    Introduction Global crises have one common feature – they are not innocuous. Covid-19, climate change, and poverty all have harmful features and are not benign occurrences. Nevertheless, they may produce learning moments, such as providing an opportunity for a moral reassessment of norms, laws, and practices in human society. Covid-19 is a case in point:…